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Speculation About Madonna's New Single Being Fueled by Odd Siri Connection

Image courtesy of Cliff Lipson/CBS (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Cliff Lipson/CBS (via ABC News Radio)

Has Madonna teamed with Apple to launch her new single?  That's what some are speculating, after the website Digital Spy noticed a strange connection between the singer and Siri, Apple's voice-activated assistant.

For months now, Madonna has been using the hashtag #unapologeticb***h on her Instagram feed, leading fans to wonder if that's the title of the first single from her new album, on which she's been working for a while.  Well, here's the thing: if you ask Siri to look up that phrase, it takes you directly to Madonna's Wikipedia page, even though that phrase doesn't appear there.  The word "unapologetic" does -- once -- but not the "b" word, and not those two words together.  If you use the voice-activated assistant on an Android phone, however, it'll just take you to a generic Google search results page.

While some fans feel this is evidence of a partnership between the Queen of Pop and Apple, others think it means that Siri is sampled on the song.

Meanwhile, the British paper The Sun claims that "Unapologetic B***h" is indeed the title of a song on Madonna's new album, and that its lyrics slam her ex-boyfriend, Brahim Zaibat . 

The paper claims that in one lyric, Madonna disses Zaibat's sexual prowess, singing, "When we did it/I'll admit it/Wasn't satisfied," while another puts him down for not having any money: "I’m popping bottles that you can’t even afford. I’m throwing parties and you won’t get in the door.”


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